This inventive and exuberant play with music brings the Frankenstein story up to date-- into the computer age, in fact. When Frank Enstein arrives at Enstein Hall from the USA, he continues the experiments of his deceased great great uncle. Frank's expertise in computer robotics and the timely arrival of two rather suspicious undertakers, soon have remote controlled monsters rolling off the production line. Demand soon outstrips supply, and it is then that Frank's scheme takes an even more sinister turn as he sets up "The Dungeon of Death" to obtain "voluntary" corpses. His plans are foiled by Dr Ruby Watson and John B. Good, the family solicitor, with a little help from Sherlock Holmes, Junior. Unfortunately, this involves most of the cast, goodies as well as badies, being killed off, but with the help of Frank's machine, all are reanimated in time for a rousing final chorus of Humanoid Boogie.